2017
DOI: 10.1080/00036846.2016.1276268 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Most of the existing literature dealing with the relationship between carbon emissions, energy consumption and economic growth either suffers from ignoring relevant variables such as trade openness or investment, or suffers from using econometric methods that are unable to distinguish between short and long-term causality and are not robust to the degree of integration of time series used for the analysis. This paper suggests using the autoregressive distributed lag (ARDL) approach along with additional explan… Show more

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“…The results of the study confirmed that trade positively contributed to carbon emissions not only in the long term, but in the short term as well. Also, as observed in the study of Nguyen et al [52], trade openness is a crucial factor of carbon emissions-energy-growth in China, but it does not provide evidence for the Indian economy.…”
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“…The results of the study confirmed that trade positively contributed to carbon emissions not only in the long term, but in the short term as well. Also, as observed in the study of Nguyen et al [52], trade openness is a crucial factor of carbon emissions-energy-growth in China, but it does not provide evidence for the Indian economy.…”
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“…Contrarily, the population growth rate has contributed to reducing emissions differences. By employing the ARDL approach, Nguyen et al (2017) in their study observed that investment endeavors have significantly contributed to establishing the relationship between energy utilization, GDP, and CO2 emissions in China. Contrarily, its role in India is found insignificant in the long run.…”
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“…2See, e.g., Lee et al (2009), Al-Mulali and Ozturk (2015), You et al (2015), Al-Mulali et al (2016), Friedl and Getzner (2003), Duan et al (2016), Nguyen et al (2017), and Sohag et al (2017). …”
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